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Organizations that drop out and re-enter accreditation process not necessarily "new"

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Abstract:

JCAHO has clarified requirements for an organization re-entering the accreditation process within six months of leaving it. The ruling affects what is expected of the organization in terms of demonstrating a track record of compliance with the standards and meeting current ORYX or core measure data submission requirements.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2001

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